What I did was open the IE Properties/Security Tab/Restricted Sites/Sites
That will show you a VERY long list (which may be why it slows things down
so much). Then I just picked one at random and did a search for it in the
Registry, then deleted the entire Key that contained all of them. Then
rebooted, and all was well. List within the IE dialog should then be empty.
It may also be possible (and easier?) to REMOVE the immunization protection
from within Spybot somewhere, but I had already uninstalled it by then
first, and all the sites remained in the list.
"tattoo113" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Max where can i get a list of the immunized threats so I can delete them ?
> "Max" wrote:
>> That may be related to your 'slowness'--it was for me (after a recent
>> security update).
>> I removed all the immunized/blocked 'sites'-- from the security dialog
>> within IE by removing all references to such in the registry (which is
>> faster than deleting them individually within IE), and all the slowness
>> Spybot is due to be updated soon (currently in Beta):
>> Whether this will fix the issue is unknown by me.
>> Maxwell Bluemeanie
>> "tattoo113" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> > yes I do and I did use the immunize feature.
>> > "Max" wrote:
>> >> Do you have Spybot and or Spyware Blaster installed and used the
>> >> 'immunize'
>> >> function(s)?
>> >> --
>> >> Maxwell Bluemeanie
>> >> ----
>> >> "tattoo113" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> >> news:4C99976A-CD93-4CAB-BC40-6DFEAFBC996C@microsoft.com...
>> >> >I have a little problem it takes 60 or so seconds to load my home
>> >> >pages.
>> >> >This
>> >> > just started. It also takes longer to load the other pages. I
>> >> > checked
>> >> > for
>> >> > virus and spyware there was none. Anyone got any ideas.